1. A Landscape of Cyber Norms

    Less than a year ago, the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security (the ‘UN GGE’, for short) famously came to a deadlock in its determination of how international law applies to cyberspace. Comprising… Read More

  2. Cyber Diplomacy: Towards A New Cybersecurity Strategy

    Cyber space has become a focal point of international relations. With most global powers having realized that cyber security is integral to their national security, cyber issues have found their place in foreign policy, resulting in the emergence of cyber diplomacy. Cyber diplomacy is the use of… Read More

  3. Evaluating the Risks of the Internet of Things- II

    by Dhruv Somayajula* In this second part of our two post series on the Internet of Things, Dhruv examines the policy framework in India to analyse its applicability to the Internet of Things.  In a previous post, we discussed the definition of the ‘Internet of Things’… Read More

  4. Innovative Reporting and Policing to curb Cyber Crime

    By Shalini S Cyberspace has been continually emerging as a significant forum of criminal activity that requires specialized monitoring. However, cyber crime cases often go unreported in India further increasing online vulnerability. Even reported cases mostly result in acquittal due to the lack of forensic infrastructure and… Read More

  5. Stepping up to Cyberspace

    The post originally appeared on the Hindu on 23rd June 2015. Cyberspace desperately needs an international legal regime, and India is well poised to offer a ‘zero draft’ In 1960, the summer issue of the American Journal of International Law carried news from Delhi on the setting… Read More

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